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  • 12 Books That Changed The World by BRAGG, Melvyn
    BRAGG, Melvyn
    12 Books That Changed The World

    London: Hodder & Stoughton, 2006. First edition in original dust jacket. Hardback in black cloth with gilt title to spine. 24 colour plates and many b/w illustrations. 372 pp. 240 x 160 mm (9½ x 6¼ inches). The 12 books are: Principia Mathematica (1687) by Isaac Newton; Married Love (1918) by Marie Stopes; Magna Carta (1215); Book of Rules of Association Football (1863); On the Origin of Species (1859) by Charles Darwin; On the Abolition of the Slave Trade (1789) by William Wilberforce in Parliament, immediately printed in several versions; A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792) by Mary Wollstonecraft; Experimental Researches in Electricity (three volumes, 1839, 1844, 1855) by Michael Faraday; Patent Specification for Arkwright's Spinning Machine…

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    London: Hodder & Stoughton, 2006. First edition in original dust jacket. Hardback in black cloth with gilt title to spine. 24 colour plates and many b/w illustrations. 372 pp. 240 x 160 mm (9½ x 6¼ inches). The 12 books are: Principia Mathematica (1687) by Isaac Newton; Married Love (1918) by Marie Stopes; Magna Carta (1215); Book of Rules of Association Football (1863); On the Origin of Species (1859) by Charles Darwin; On the Abolition of the Slave Trade (1789) by William Wilberforce in Parliament, immediately printed in several versions; A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792) by Mary Wollstonecraft; Experimental Researches in Electricity (three volumes, 1839, 1844, 1855) by Michael Faraday; Patent Specification for Arkwright's Spinning Machine (1769) by Richard Arkwright; The King James Bible (1611) by William Tyndale and 54 scholars appointed by the king; An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations (1776) by Adam Smith; and The First Folio (1623) by William Shakespeare.

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    Condition: Near fine in a near fine unclipped dust jacket.

    Book ID: 2073
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  • 1916 - Portraits and Lives by WHITE, Lawrence William. & QUINN, James.
    WHITE, Lawrence William. & QUINN, James.
    1916 - Portraits and Lives

    Dublin: Royal Irish Academy: 1915. Original black and white illustrated boards, covered in a cream and black illustrated dust wrapper. 1st edition. 23.5 cm x 19 cm 42 biographies of men and women who played important roles in Ireland’'s Easter Rising of 1916. The biographies are from the Irish Dictionary of Irish Biography. The profiles describe 31 men and women who were Republican revolutionaries, 3 nationalist leaders who opposed the Easter Rising, as well as 6 men who were part of the regime opposed by the Easter Rising. There are also profiles of two historians of the Rising who were eyewitnesses. An introduction offers an overview of 20th-century Irish political history, while an afterword looks at the post-Rising lives of…

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    Dublin: Royal Irish Academy: 1915. Original black and white illustrated boards, covered in a cream and black illustrated dust wrapper. 1st edition. 23.5 cm x 19 cm 42 biographies of men and women who played important roles in Ireland’'s Easter Rising of 1916. The biographies are from the Irish Dictionary of Irish Biography. The profiles describe 31 men and women who were Republican revolutionaries, 3 nationalist leaders who opposed the Easter Rising, as well as 6 men who were part of the regime opposed by the Easter Rising. There are also profiles of two historians of the Rising who were eyewitnesses. An introduction offers an overview of 20th-century Irish political history, while an afterword looks at the post-Rising lives of some of those profiled. The book is illustrated with full-page, b&w scraperboard engravings, some in two-page spreads. All 42 of the illustrations are by artist David Rooney; xvi, 1-367 pp

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    Condition: Both book and wrapper are in immaculate copy. A lovely example

    Book ID: 1844
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  • 19th Century Domino Set by [ANON]
    [ANON]
    19th Century Domino Set

    Netherlands: N/A, 1875. An attractive Nineteenth Century dominos set. Tiles are hand carved on bone and painted, each piece riveted with a brass pin to a dark hardwood backing. Held in a contemporary handmade wooden box. Complete set 28 dominos. (The traditional Sino-European domino set consists of 28 dominoes, featuring all combinations of spot counts between zero and six.) Box is 160 by 60mm (6¼ by 2¼ inches).

    Condition: Overall in good period condition. There is a little chipping and the odd crack to some of the bone tiles (the wooden backings are in excellent condition). The wooden box is a little loose, but holding.

    Book ID: 2242
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  • 21 USA - The Gift of Life by CAUTY, James.
    CAUTY, James.
    21 USA - The Gift of Life Part of Operation Magic Kingdom.

    Totnes: James Cauty: 2007. Limited Edition Print onto 315 gsm archival paper - Edition of 21 stamped and with the initials AP (which probably stand for Artist's Proof). The Gift of Life, OMK Page Edition. Operation Magic Kingdom was a billboard and street poster campaign London 2007 against Iraq war also released as stamps and prints. print onto 315 gsm archival stock paper. OMK Blind stamped and hand numbered in pencil on front. Also official CNPD red stamp on back. Dimensions: 35,8 cm x 30.5cm with 4 binding holes in the left hand margin (last time this appeared at auction it reached £470)

    Condition: Excellent condition. Currently protected in archival film.

    Book ID: 1818
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  • 3rd - Occupation Day 2006 by CAUTY, James.
    CAUTY, James.
    3rd - Occupation Day 2006 A limited edition print for Occupation Day

    Totnes: James Cauty: 2006. Limited Edition Print onto 315 gsm archival paper - This is one of James Cauty's famous anti-occupation of Iraq protest prints. These stamps were the subject of a legal action in 2003 by Royal Mail alledging copyright infringement

    Condition: Excellent condition. Currently protected in archival film.

    Book ID: 1821
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  • 8 Minutes. HIRST & BAILEY by BAILEY, David.
    BAILEY, David.
    8 Minutes. HIRST & BAILEY

    Gottinchen: Steidl, 2009. 130 photographs of British bad boy artist Damien Hirst by the great British fashion photographer David Bailey, taken during a single shoot lasting eight minutes.

    Condition: As new, still in the original shrink wrap

    Book ID: 2179
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  • 81 USA - War Can Be Fun by CAUTY, James.
    CAUTY, James.
    81 USA - War Can Be Fun Part of Operation Magic Kingdom.

    Totnes: James Cauty: 2007. Limited Edition Print onto 315 gsm archival paper - Edition of 81 numbered and stamped (this is 48/81) War Can Be Fun, OMK Page Edition. Operation Magic Kingdom was a billboard and street poster campaign London 2007 against Iraq war also released as stamps and prints. print onto 315 gsm archival stock paper. OMK Blind stamped and hand numbered in pencil on front. Also official CNPD red stamp on back. Dimensions: 35,8 cm x 30.5cm with 4 binding holes in the left hand margin

    Condition: Excellent condition. Currently protected in archival film.

    Book ID: 1817
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  • 99 USA - Believe the Magic by CAUTY, James.
    CAUTY, James.
    99 USA - Believe the Magic Part of Operation Magic Kingdom.

    Totnes: James Cauty: 2007. Limited Edition Print onto 315 gsm archival paper - Edition of 99 - numbered and stamped (this is 35/99) Believe the Magic, OMK Page Edition. Operation Magic Kingdom was a billboard and street poster campaign London 2007 against Iraq war also released as stamps and prints. print onto 315 gsm archival stock paper. OMK Blind stamped and hand numbered in pencil on front. Also official CNPD red stamp on back. Dimensions: 35,8 cm x 30.5cm with 4 binding holes in the left hand margin

    Condition: Excellent condition. Currently protected in archival film.

    Book ID: 1816
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  • A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of Jonathan Swift, D.D. by TEERINK, Dr H.
    TEERINK, Dr H.
    A Bibliography of the Writings in Prose and Verse of Jonathan Swift, D.D.

    Edition: First Edition

    The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff: 1937. First Edition limited to 315 numbered and signed copies. This is copy #280. Signed by Teerink. Cloth, small gilt cover device, top edge yellow, large 8vo, xi, 434 pp. 1574 entries. From a contemporary review: The bibliography is divided into six sections. In the first section the various collected editions of Swift's works are analysed in great detail. Sections 2 and 3 include bibliographies of A Tale of a Tub and Gulliver's Travels. Both these are useful, as they summarize information which otherwise can only be found in very specialized works. The fourth section is called Separate Works and, from the student's point of view, it is by far the most important. In this section…

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    The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff: 1937. First Edition limited to 315 numbered and signed copies. This is copy #280. Signed by Teerink. Cloth, small gilt cover device, top edge yellow, large 8vo, xi, 434 pp. 1574 entries. From a contemporary review: The bibliography is divided into six sections. In the first section the various collected editions of Swift's works are analysed in great detail. Sections 2 and 3 include bibliographies of A Tale of a Tub and Gulliver's Travels. Both these are useful, as they summarize information which otherwise can only be found in very specialized works. The fourth section is called Separate Works and, from the student's point of view, it is by far the most important. In this section there is a large number of definitely false attributions, while there are others which are very doubtful. The fifth and sixth sections are devoted respectively to Doubtful Works and Biography and Criticism.

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    Condition: There is a little rubbing to the edges of the boards, but mainly in good sound condition. Darkening to the rear cover from smoke damage. A little smoke damage to the end papers also. Overall a good clean copy.

    Book ID: 1877
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  • A Brief Outline of the History of Old Hall. by DOYLE, The Very Rev. Canon.
    DOYLE, The Very Rev. Canon.
    A Brief Outline of the History of Old Hall. A Paper Written on the Occasion of the Centenary Celebration at St. Edmund's College, in 1869

    Edition: First Edition

    Standon: Edmundian Association: 1891. Original cloth gilt now a bit dulled, all edges gilt, some foxing at the front, else a very good copy. Owner's name to the ffep (Syon Abbey, South Brent). St Edmund's Hall was established in 1795 for the education of the children of Roman Catholic nobility. pp. vi, 80, Frontispiece and 7 Illustrations

    Book ID: 1077
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  • A Brief View and Survey of the Dangerous and Pernicious Errors to Church and State in Mr. Hobbes's Book, entitles LEVIATHAN by CLARENDON, Edward, Earl of
    CLARENDON, Edward, Earl of
    A Brief View and Survey of the Dangerous and Pernicious Errors to Church and State in Mr. Hobbes's Book, entitles LEVIATHAN The second impresson

    Edition: Reprint

    Oxford: Printed at the Theater: 1676. The second edition of this work. Full leather. The boards are contemporary blind stamped calf. The spine has been sympathetically replaced in a period style by Temple bookbinders of Oxford. Engraved frontispiece with quotation from Ovid - Resoluta catenis etc: "The Prize and cause of our labour" (in a smirk of history, this later became the motto of Burnley football club). Ownership signature of Baron Pretyman to the title page and rear inside board. Decorative headpiece and initial letter to the beginning of the preface and the introduction. This is Clarendon's attack on Hobbes's great work. It is ironic that probably the largest printing run of Leviathan would later be from the Clarendon Press.…

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    Oxford: Printed at the Theater: 1676. The second edition of this work. Full leather. The boards are contemporary blind stamped calf. The spine has been sympathetically replaced in a period style by Temple bookbinders of Oxford. Engraved frontispiece with quotation from Ovid - Resoluta catenis etc: "The Prize and cause of our labour" (in a smirk of history, this later became the motto of Burnley football club). Ownership signature of Baron Pretyman to the title page and rear inside board. Decorative headpiece and initial letter to the beginning of the preface and the introduction. This is Clarendon's attack on Hobbes's great work. It is ironic that probably the largest printing run of Leviathan would later be from the Clarendon Press. *4, A-Z4, Aa-Rr4, S1. (S2 is blank). 322pp.

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    Condition: The spine is new and immaculate - the boards are firm and in good condition, with just a little rubbing to the edges. To the inside board, and early bookplate has been obliterated - presumably by a later owner. Signature of Baron Pretyman to the title page - further signature to the rear end paper. There are a number of notes to the inside board, which have been comprehensively eradicated to as to be impossible to read. Otherwise, the book is in very nice, clean condition, with just a touch of foxing to some pages.

    Book ID: 1640
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  • Over 350 outstanding sculptures
    A Century of American Sculpture by HYATT MAYOR, A.
    HYATT MAYOR, A.
    A Century of American Sculpture Treasures from Brookgreen Gardens

    New York: Abbeville Press, 1988. First Edition. Blue cloth with gilt spine lettering and blind stamped figure on upper board. Beautiful full colour photos of garden sculptures from the late 19th and 20th centuries. 127 pp.<br />340 x 290mm (13½ x 11½ inches). Brookgreen Gardens is in South Carolina, on the site of an old rice plantation.

    Condition: Boards has some sun fading, but the photographic dust jacket is in a very good condition. Neat gift inscription to the inside front.

    Book ID: 2189
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  • A Collection of Amusing Rounds and Catches, for the Use of Schools, Families and Choral Societies by the editor of "Young Singer's Book of Songs"
    the editor of "Young Singer's Book of Songs"
    A Collection of Amusing Rounds and Catches, for the Use of Schools, Families and Choral Societies Selected from the Original Sources by the Editor of "The Young Singer's Book of Songs"

    Edition: Reprint

    London: Longman and Co: 1870. Blue paper covers. Decorative border and titles in black. Adverts to rear cover. 45 songs, with the music and words. Oblong 8vo. This is the stated Fourth Edition of this work. 24 pp,

    Condition: The pale blue covers are sound but have some foxing spots to them. The front and rear cover have become detached at some point, and are held on to each other with tape (non-archival). Inside, there is some foxing to the inside covers. Otherwise clean if slightly darkened to the edges. The music and songs are all in good condition and fully legible.

    Book ID: 1338
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  • A Collection of Amusing Rounds and Catches, for the Use of Schools, Families and Choral Societies by the editor of "Young Singer's Book of Songs"
    the editor of "Young Singer's Book of Songs"
    A Collection of Amusing Rounds and Catches, for the Use of Schools, Families and Choral Societies Selected from the Original Sources by the Editor of "The Young Singer's Book of Songs"

    London: Longman and Co: 1869. Disbound. (Originally Blue paper covers - the front cover has now gone). Adverts to the rear blue cover 45 songs, with the music and words. Oblong 8vo. This is the stated Fourth Edition of this work. 24 pp,

    Condition: The rear pale blue cover has some foxing spots to it. The front and rear cover have become detached at some point, and only the rear has survived. Otherwise clean if slightly darkened to the edges. The music and songs are all in good condition and fully legible.

    Book ID: 1339
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  • Beautiful illustrated small press work
    A Commonplace Book by [ANDERSON, John]
    [ANDERSON, John]
    A Commonplace Book

    Maple Shade N.J: Pickering Press, 1985. Beautiful edition limited to 75 copies, Soft cover with paper label. 14 unfolded leaves printed in light brown and black, (some say red) each with a different type face; 6 wood engravings by John DePol. Also initials and finials. Bound by Pam & Don Rash. Pickering Press Bibliography, p. 72. Protected by a soft tissue sheet. 205 x 150 mm (8 x 6 inches). John Anderson (born 1915), book designer, typographer and printer. Over the course of his six-decade career, Anderson has printed numerous books, broadsides, and catalogues as well as myriad invitations, keepsakes, advertisements, announcements, and other ephemera. The consistent high quality and clean design of Anderson's work have garnered him both…

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    Maple Shade N.J: Pickering Press, 1985. Beautiful edition limited to 75 copies, Soft cover with paper label. 14 unfolded leaves printed in light brown and black, (some say red) each with a different type face; 6 wood engravings by John DePol. Also initials and finials. Bound by Pam & Don Rash. Pickering Press Bibliography, p. 72. Protected by a soft tissue sheet. 205 x 150 mm (8 x 6 inches). John Anderson (born 1915), book designer, typographer and printer. Over the course of his six-decade career, Anderson has printed numerous books, broadsides, and catalogues as well as myriad invitations, keepsakes, advertisements, announcements, and other ephemera. The consistent high quality and clean design of Anderson's work have garnered him both awards and praise among printing circles and a high reputation with clients.<br />Anderson embarked on his first commercial enterprise in 1934 at the age of 19, when he founded Bantam Press in Atlantic City, New Jersey. In 1946, Anderson founded Pickering Press, the imprint under which he continued to print throughout his career, which he named for the nineteenth-century printer, William Pickering. The press gained mounting respect and claimed such clients as the Philadelphia Art Museum and the Franklin Institute, as well as previous clients like Lanston and the University of Pennsylvania. Notable was Anderson's ongoing collaboration with wood engraver John De Pol, begun in the 1950s but intensified during this second incarnation of the press (post 1963). This collaboration resulted in numerous illustrated books, pamphlets, catalogues, and advertisements with engravings by De Pol; all bearing the Pickering imprint.<br />Throughout his career, Anderson passed along his extensive knowledge of the craft of fine printing to numerous students. Several of his apprentices became successful printers themselves.<br />Biography courtesty of the University of Delaware.

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    Condition: Spotless outside. Inside there are a few small foxing spots, mainly limited to the end papers. A near fine copy.

    Book ID: 2385
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  • A Compendium of the East Being an Account of Voyages to the Grand Indies Made By the Sieur Jean De Lacombe, of Quercy, Formerly Captain at Arms in the Service of the Company of the Indies of Holland. by LACOMBE, Jean de
    LACOMBE, Jean de
    A Compendium of the East Being an Account of Voyages to the Grand Indies Made By the Sieur Jean De Lacombe, of Quercy, Formerly Captain at Arms in the Service of the Company of the Indies of Holland. Now Published for the First Time [from the Bordeaux Manuscript of 1681] in an English translation by Stepanie & Denis Clark. Edited, with an Introduction by Ashley Gibson

    London: The Golden Cockerel Press, 1937. First / Limited edition; Number 86 of 300 copies. Black cloth spine, batik covered boards. Printed in Perpetua type on Arnold's hand-made paper. Contemporary Engravings of the principal places visited reproduced from Schultzen's Ost-indische Reyse [Amsterdam, 1676]. Maps used as end papers are from a contemporary Mercator Atlas. Double page plates, double page facsimile from original manuscript. 209, [1] pp. Bookplate of Herbert Eberhard Hering, a noted German-Brazilian bibliophile and book collector, appears on the inside front paste down. 320 by 200mm (12½ by 7¾ inches).

    Condition: The black spine has a little nicking to the top and tail of the spine. Overall in good, clean condition though. Internally clean with a few foxing spots only.

    Book ID: 2244
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  • A Confutation of Quakerism; by BENNET, Thomas
    BENNET, Thomas
    A Confutation of Quakerism; Or a Plain Proof of the Falshood of what the Principal Quaker Writers (especially Mr. R. Barclay in his Apology and Other Works) do Teach. concerning the necessity of immediate revelation in order to a saving Christian faith; the Being, Nature and Operation of the Pretended Universal Light within; its Striving with Men, moving them to Prayer, and calling them to the Ministry; Regeneration, Sanctification, Justification, Salvation and Union with God; the Nature of a Church; the Rule of Faith; Water-Baptism; and the Lord's-Supper. Diverse Questions also concerning Perfection, Christ's Satisfaction, the Judge of Controversies, &c. are briefly stated and resolved.

    Edition: Reprint

    Cambridge: Printed at the University Press for Edmund Jeffery: 1709. Bound in a period full panelled calf, five raised bands to spine. Complete. Bennet, Thomas (1673–1728), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist. He had prominent Whig principles, and these led to his early preferment under George. He wrote confutations, attacking Popery as well as Quakerism, and other dissenting groups. He also wrote attacking Non-Jurors. His later work and particularly his "Hebrew Grammar" did much to enhance his reputation. (See ODNB). collation: [viii +] 318 [+ 4+ 3] pp. ; page 127 is misnumbered as 129; final three pages are a catalogue of books printed for Edmund Jeffrey.

    Condition: The binding is holding firmly and is in good condition, with just some light wear to surface / extremities from handling, upper hinge cracked, corners bumped and worn. The leather work has polished up nicely though. The contents are holding firmly and are generally in good condition though toned, with some light scattered foxing, creasing or dust marking. Modern bookplate. Period plain end papers, browned. Armorial bookplate of W. Wynne

    Book ID: 1181
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  • A Critical Dissertation on the Book of Job by PETERS, Charles.
    PETERS, Charles.
    A Critical Dissertation on the Book of Job Together with : The Preface to a Critical Dissertation on the Book of Job.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: E. Owen: 1751. The full title continues: Wherein the Account given of that book by the Author of the the Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated &c. is particularly considered; The Antiquity of the book vindicated; The great Test (Chap. xix. 25-) explained; and a Future State shewn to have been the Popular Belief of the Ancient Jews or Hebrews. Full contemporary calf, with gilt decoration and titles to the spine. Owner's bookplate to the inside front board. This copy is a First edition of the Dissertation bound in with a First edition of the preface. (conforming to the ESTC entries for both works). The two title pages are bound in together at the front of the work, then the…

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    London: E. Owen: 1751. The full title continues: Wherein the Account given of that book by the Author of the the Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated &c. is particularly considered; The Antiquity of the book vindicated; The great Test (Chap. xix. 25-) explained; and a Future State shewn to have been the Popular Belief of the Ancient Jews or Hebrews. Full contemporary calf, with gilt decoration and titles to the spine. Owner's bookplate to the inside front board. This copy is a First edition of the Dissertation bound in with a First edition of the preface. (conforming to the ESTC entries for both works). The two title pages are bound in together at the front of the work, then the Preface is presented, followed by the Dissertation. Both works have their errata present. There is an owner's name in ink to the title page of the preface. The two titles show that the dissertation was published by E. Owen, and sold by S. Birt & B. Dod, S. Bathurst, J. Fletcher, W. Thurlbourn & E. Score. The preface was printed for W. Johnston, P. Davey & B. Law. Charles Peters [1690-1774] was a Cornish Church of England rector and Hebrew Scholar. Described by Polwhele as "The first Hebrew Scholar in Europe" Presumably meaning foremost! The production of this work is unusual, more in the style of the Seventeenth Century pamphleteers. The Dissertation, first published (as here) in 1751 was critical of William Warburton's work "The Divine Legation of Moses." Warburton responded, and a second edition (revised) was published in 1757. At this point, a lengthy preface was also added to deal with Warburton's comments. This was also published separately. It is this separate Preface offered here. Later (1760) he also published an Appendix, dealing further with Warburton's comments. He dies in 1774 and a volume of his sermons was produced in 1776. Lxiii, [i], 1-465, [i]. pp

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    Condition: The binding is somewhat rubbed, but holding together well. A little bumping to the corners of the boards. Slight scuffing to the boards. The gilt to the spine is somewhat rubbed but still attractive. There is a little nicking to the head and tail of the spine.

    Book ID: 1750
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  • A Defence of a Letter Concerning the Education of Dissenters in their Private Academies: by WESLEY, Samuel
    WESLEY, Samuel
    A Defence of a Letter Concerning the Education of Dissenters in their Private Academies: With a More Full and Satisfactory Account of the Same, and of Their Morals and Behaviour Towards the Church of England: Being an Answer to the Defence of Dissenters.

    Edition: First Edition

    London: Robert Clavel and James Knaplock: 1704. Later Vellum with titles stamped to spine. ESTC T75521. 64pp

    Condition: Overall a decent copy. The vellum is clean and tidy, with a little foxing / marking only. A large, uncut copy. Lower corner of leaf D4 torn away, with loss of a few words from 6 lines of text. Paper flaw to leaves H-H2, with loss of a single word to recto and verso of each.

    Book ID: 1219
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  • Signed and limited
    A Dictionary of The Battle of Britain by SIMPSON, Geoff
    SIMPSON, Geoff
    A Dictionary of The Battle of Britain

    Wellington: Halsgrove, 2009. First Edition copy of this very limited signed book (exact limitation is unknown). With the signatures of the author and ten surviving pilots who flew in The Battle of Britain. This book was originally created to raise funds for 'The Battle of Britain Memorial Trust'. Hardback. <br />160 pp. 310 x 220mm (12¼ x 8¾ inches).<br /><br />'The Few' were 2,353 young men from Great Britain and 574 from overseas (pilots and other aircrew) who were officially recognised as having taken part in The Battle of Britain. 544 lost their lives during the battle.

    Condition: In a very good unclipped dust jacket; internally in an as new condition.

    Book ID: 2293
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